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Detailed seat map for SB?


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Is there a detailed seat map for Stamford Brigde somewhere? I am going to my first live game (after being a US-based tele-supporter for years). The only seat maps I've see just show you the different stands, but you have no idea what seat is where beyond that.

 

I am looking at tickets on row R on the East Stand, Seat 122. Where is that seat? Is it closer to the middle? How many seats up from the field is row R?

 

Any help would be appreciated!

 

 

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This is about as detailed as the site gives you.

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I haven't sat in the east stand for many years, so not sure on where that seat is, perhaps someone who sits in the East can advise you.

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If you're in the East Stand Lower Tier that seat would be on the North Stand (Mathew Harding) side of the halfway line by 20 odd seats I think.

 

If I remember correctly because it's been a while since I sat in that stand the seating starts at row c and ends at row u so you'll be near the back and if I recall, viewing ain't great from back there.

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The Viagogo page doesn't work :-(. It doesn't show seat numbers, row numbers, etc. Just whole sections.

 

I must say, it's pretty amazing how hard it is to buy tickets to a game! Is is that most of the tickets are sold to season ticket holders?

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The Viagogo page doesn't work :-(. It doesn't show seat numbers, row numbers, etc. Just whole sections.

I must say, it's pretty amazing how hard it is to buy tickets to a game! Is is that most of the tickets are sold to season ticket holders?

I think Chelsea have 25000 season ticket holders and tickets go on sale to members with the highest loyalty points.

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The Viagogo page doesn't work :-(. It doesn't show seat numbers, row numbers, etc. Just whole sections.

 

I must say, it's pretty amazing how hard it is to buy tickets to a game! Is is that most of the tickets are sold to season ticket holders?

 

It depends which match you're trying to get tickets for. If it's Spurs, Man U, Arsenal etc forget it you aren't a season ticket holder or member with a lot of points. Cup games or less prestigious league games like Wigan or Sunderland are a better bet.

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It depends which match you're trying to get tickets for. If it's Spurs, Man U, Arsenal etc forget it you aren't a season ticket holder or member with a lot of points. Cup games or less prestigious league games like Wigan or Sunderland are a better bet.

 

I'm just trying to find field-side seats (front row, next to the dugout) for the Sunderland game. Maybe I'm dreaming... I'm willing to pay whatever it takes though...

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